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and the mother of his child, neisha jackson, have run a network of scammers that stole more than $2.5 million from banks across the country. they've found there's a way to pull off a bank heist that's easier than using a gun. recently, "american greed: the fugitives" spoke with barksdale from a federal prison, where he said he always knew how the scam would end up. barksdale gets nearly 11 years in prison, but prosecutors say, in truth, jackson was the brains behind the scheme, and is facing a sentence that fits her role as the scam's alleged leader. >> neisha jackson was looking at some years. there's no doubt about it. >> narrator: matthew segal is an assistant u.s. attorney in sacramento who prosecuted barksdale. in october 2011, he's back in court, ready to put this massive case to bed. >> there we are in the morning, and it's time for neisha jackson, actually, to be sentenced. her lawyer's there, and i'm there. the judge is there. but no jackson. >> narrator: as time passes, jackson's lawyer says she's gotten a phone call from her client. jackson says she's not there because she's in the
. all the forgotten mystery, the disappearance of a young man named david jackson 15 years earlier and the file offered no hints or pointers, nothing beyond the basic bio. to unearth the truth, even the rookie cop said she would have to learn about the victim. she began with something easy. she found david jackson's mother, judy carlson. judy's son who called his mom. >> he said are you sitting? i said yes. they said they reopened david's case. >> the detective and the mother talked about david for hours. it wasn't a problem for judy. she loves talking about her boy. even now to us. >> david was my first child. he loved everything and everyone. ♪ happy birthday to you >> he walked in the room and everybody would be a magnet to him. >> he was the eldest of judy's three children and mark jackson idolized his older brother. >> he looked out for me. he was out with his friends and everybody. >> bill brown was one of those friends. in 1982 after high school, brown and david jackson worked together at a burger king where david became a manager. brown had a front row seat to the budding
to stanford law school is becoming a clerk to supreme court justice robert jackson. tell us about how bad is good for is conservatively and to some of the conservatism on blacks and whites. >> guest: right. jackson was, i think, is seen by then even as a great justice. and he had in the prosecutor at the norberg were trials. it actually taken time off from the court and gone to nuremberg and then a chief prosecutor and then come back to the court. and so rehnquist graduates are the stanford law school early at the end of 1952. he was in a cause that would've graduated a semester later, the rehnquist finishes work. he was so smart he got out early. so it was clear what now is researching through his papers and looking at the diaries that he had actually -- that were on deposit with his papers were fascinating. he had six notebooks that were filled with his reminiscences and desires and early comments on memoirs. one of the things that was clear was that he really saw himself destined for some important job. beyond the court probably would certainly somewhere in government because he asked
of canada, and, to the war's epic conclusion when general andrew jackson achieved a spectacular triumph at new orleans. as we will see, the language of love proved pivotal to the public narration of these events. win or lose americans found their imaginations captured whenever battle sagas were replayed as love stories. no matter how dire the events of the day pro-war commentators could always be counted onto a put a romantic gloss on public events. the war of 1812 provided an ideal moment for americans from anonymous unknowns like the author of that soldier's ballad to leading national statesman, to mold the meaning of love of country. war supporters worked to portray the conflict as a romantic adventure, one in which dashing young men went to war and won the hearts of patriotic maidens and one which the thrill of romantic love contributed directly to the glow of victory. now before i take you on this unconventional cultural chronology of the war i do want to first pause to take a can careful look at the contrary theories of political economy. you're going to have to bear with me for 1
milwaukee and goes to stanford law school is becoming a clerk to supreme court justice robert jackson. tell us a little bit about how that came about, because i want to lead into what you unfold in here having to do with some of his conservativism on blacks and whites. >> guest: right, right. jackson was a, was, i think, seen by then even as a great justice. >> host: uh-huh. >> guest: and he had been the prosecutor at the nuremberg war trials. he'd actually taken time off from the court and gone to nuremberg and been the chief prosecutor and then come back to the court. and so rehnquist graduates from the stanford law school early at the end of 1952. he was, actually, in the class that would have graduated a semester later, but rehnquist finished his work. he was so smart -- >> host: yeah. >> guest: -- he got out early. so he wanted to, he -- it was clear when i was researching through his papers and looking at the diaries that he had actually, that were on deposit with his papers, which were fascinating. he had six notebooks that were filled with his reminiscences and his desires and early
of the contest and to the war ethics conclusion when the general andrew jackson achieved a spectacular triumph at new orleans. as we will see the language of love proved pivotal to the public a variation of these events. when the americans found their imaginations captured whenever this dhaka was replayed as a love story. no matter how dire the event of the day, pro war commentators could be counted on to but a romantic gloss on public events. the war of 1812 provided an ideal moment for americans from anonymous unknown like the author of the soldiers ballett to the leading national statesman to mold the meaning of love of country is a romantic and venture they won the hearts of patriotic maidens and one in which the thrill of the romantic love contributed directly to the glow of victory. now, before i take you on this unconventional cultural chronology of the war, i do want to first pause to take a careful look at contemporary theory of political economy. we will go back to soldiers and love songs that we can appreciate the significance of this rhetoric of romantic patriotism unless we first
to the opening drama win failing in the conquest initially and to the conclusion when general jackson had a spectacular triumph in new orleans. the language of love proved pivotal. win or lose americans found their imagination captured whenever assad was replayed. no matter how dire commentators could be counted on to put a block from public events. the war of 1812 provided the ideal moment to the being national statesman for the love of country. working to portray the conflict as a romantic adventure for those who go to war to win the hearts a patriotic maidens. the thrill of romantic love contributed to the glow of victory. i first want to pause to look at contemporary theories of political economy. bear with me. i promise we will get back to soldiers but we cannot appreciate the significance of the switchgrass is serious scientific thinking that labor behind it. informal ferry, a freedom to love, marry and reproduce was essential elements of both liberty and american power. americans in 18124 berry well first of population theory. methodical government counts of all inhabitants even av
. >> tim: up and away, line drive in front of austin jackson, and the throw much too late. in fact, scutaro on at second base as the giants take the lead again. >> joe: now phil coke will work to sandoval. romo will get ready and try to wrap up the world series in the bom of the tenth. sandoval grounds to third, fair ball. and the tag to end the inning. in the bottom of this tenth, the top of the order will bat for the tigers. down to their final three outs. the dugout for the giants love it. you think about what's going on in the civic center in san francisco, they have got to be going crazy! theriot pumped up of a scoring the go-ahead run. scutaro, the big rbi. back after this with the bottom of the tenth from your local fox station. >> here's that play with theriot scoring the go-ahead run. first time ever as a d.h. in his big league career. when that happened the civic center in san francisco went crazy and so did the dugout for the giants. they are three outs away from their second world championship in the last three years. the tigers are trying to avoid a four-game sweep. they have t
trial for the murder of david jackson. >> we did the arrest warrant and within a couple of days, we were flying out to ohio to extradite michael wolf back to florida. >> how did he react? >> he said pretty harsh words. >> you can see it. >> i'm [ bleep ]. >> velasquez had her moment. after 15 years, she made sure someone would be held accountable for the death of david jackson. >> it was the culmination of 16 months of a long, gruelling, up and down, tiresome investigation and nights of not sleeping and days of going to work and living off of coffee. i thought you know what, this is what it's all about. >> it was november of 2007 when michael wolfe went on trial for murder. after so many years, any physical evidence that might have tied him to the crime was long gone. what prosecutors did have was the verbal confession, that drunken story his ex-wife said he told her. then, check mate. another ex-wife told police virtually the same story. >> he said he shot him in the head. he told me that he had a silencer on the gun. >> she too was called to the stand. that was enough. the jury was out
with jesse jackson jr. and the problems he's having. >> federal investigators are looking into possible misuse of campaign funds to pay for a home remodeling job. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> congressman jesse jackson sr. has been in the news lately. he has really been in the news since this summer. he has not been seen in congress since june. he has been suffering from bipolar disease and spent time at the mayo clinic. he had trouble at the ethics committee because it turns out he had given an associate--had said that he was going to give money to blagojevich so that jackson would be named to the president's former senate seat. there has been trouble following jesse jackson jr. he has not been seen, although he was photographed smokeing a cigar on his stoop the other day. >> jackson has been on medical leave since june. he's been treated for bipolar disorder. federal investigators are looking into possible misuse of campaign funds to pay for a home remodeling job. my source told me that the money is somewhere around $20,000. the home in question is jackson's washington, d.c. home that we
're going to stay within the congress with jesse jackson jr. and the problems he's having. >> federal investigators are looking into possible misuse of campaign funds to pay for a home remodeling job. uh, i'm in a timeout because apparently riding the dog like it's a small horse is frowned upon in this establishment! luckily though, ya know, i conceal this bad boy underneath my blanket just so i can get on e-trade. check my investment portfolio, research stocks... wait, why are you taking... oh, i see...solitary. just a man and his thoughts. and a smartphone... with an e-trade app. ♪ nobody knows... ♪ [ male announcer ] e-trade. investing unleashed. [ male announcer ] did you know that mach3 can last longer than a disposable? mach3 has hd blades coated with 4 strengthening layers so it can last 2 times longer than a disposable. switch to mach3. closer shave, great value. gillette, mach3. what we need are people prepared for the careers of our new economy. by 2025 we could have 20 million jobs without enough college graduates to fill them. that's w
of airplane rodgers' touchdown passes. great one-handed touch against kareem jackson. there is the toughest individual thing to do in sports, i think. the longest touchdown of the week. belonged to this man. jacoby jones of the ravens. he dared to feel the kickoff. eight yards deep in his own end zone. he finds it, turns the corner and he is gone. you know the kicker is not going to get him. look at that guy. he is jogging into the end zone. 108 yards and a touchdown dance. you've got to like. that you have to do the dance. the luckiest catch goes to the falcons. you don't see this every day. off the helmet. douglas is there to make the grab. a great adjustment on the catch. watch this. off the helmet. catch it while he's falling down. nice play. more from the chiefs/bucs. dexter mccluster ends up in enemy hands. 37-year-old rhonda barber. a foot race and nobody will catch the kid. i can call him a kid because he's my age. 37 years old. 77 yards for the touchdown. he has been around forever. the best play from that game still to come. michael caine's punt is blocked. shawn gets him in the e
rapoport, vanessa jackson, catherine lundgren, espinola jackson, and francisco de costa. >>> for the record, my name is emilie rapoport and i'm a resident who lives and works on treasure island. i'm also the president of good neighbors association. i want to thank you for the members of the board, supervisors, for holding this hearing. i just wanted to comment that the process has been extremely frustrating for us. i have to again tell a story that a few years ago, good neighbors wanted to get a dog park for our residents and we picked out sites in the residential area because that's where we wanted to be. and each time we picked a site, the navy turned it down. finally, about six or eight months ago we found two sites and we asked the navy again and they refused. but this time they actually gave us an answer and they said that they really didn't want a dog park because it was too detrimental to the ground. it tore up the ground. and, you know, they didn't want it. and, so, shortly after that we found that the radiation sites had -- there had been more sites that had opened up. and, so, we
one. bottom of the seventh inning it will be avila, infante, and austin jackson. >> joe: fister was good in game two. sanchez, good here in game three. he has allowed two runs, that's it. almost through seven innings, he has allowed only six hits. >> tim: nice to see doug fister in the clubhouse tonight walking around and looking fine, smiling. no hill effects from the frightening line drive off his head in game two. >> joe: said are you tired of the questions? he said, "it just means people care." >> tim: that's right. guys love to answer questions like that. >> joe: he is totally fine. ken rosenthal, did you talk to doug? >> ken: i did. no cat scan or mri. he is fine. not even a bump on his head. really, i talked to him about surviving that whole thing. he said hey, my dad larry was a defensive lineman at fresno state. if you can walk off the field you walk off the field. so, near serious situation was not all that serious as it turned out. >> joe: 0-1, the count on pagan. one on, two out. ball and a strike. scutaro next, either here in the seventh. i imagine if it's in the se
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to work back-to-back games. it doesn't matter. >> tim: right. >> joe: jackson trying to get on base for the third time tonight. do it leading off an inning. for the second time he went. that is strike-out number four for tim lincecum. one out here in the eighth. >> tim: well, we were talking about the illusion of a strike. and again, austin jackson goes too far. you know, detroit tigers know of no other pitcher in the american league who throws like tim lincecum. he is so unusual in that delivery. velocity is important. but not as important with most pitchers. >> joe: here is infante. ball one. omar, 1 for 3. singled in the first. tigers put two on in the first. then fielder popped out. young bounced out. the bottom of the innin inning. pablo sandoval hit a home run. and the giants have never trailed here in game one. one out, nobody on. 2-0, the count. infante is up. on lincecum in the national league. he, lincecum, hits the outside corner. 2-1. zito on his way to a 2-0 record this post season. now watching after his first world series start in his long career. two outs. [ applause
centers for parents. we will keep you updated on what happens. congressman jesse jackson jr. is in the hot seat again and we're wondering if his reelection campaign could stay on the weight of national scrutiny. the big question tonight is his legal troubles around the corner for congressman jesse jackson jr. federal officials are just wrapping up their investigation for campaign money that was possibly used for furniture and one of his homes. with the election just three weeks with a question is will this latest news make a difference at the polls? in that sense it's kind of surprising. first it was carousing the washington race track that it's connected to the embroiled x gov this summer a medical condition kept very quiet, now the latest furniture and interior decorating possibly purchased from his own campaign the wall street journal reports that jackson's lawyers asked the department of justice to hold off on an indictment until after the november election officials said they could not promise anything. allegations of questionable money practices between jackson and his wife cindy jac
jackson, and the throw much too late. in fact, scutaro on at second base as the giants take the lead again. >> joe: now phil coke will work to sandoval. romo will get ready and try to wrap up the world series in the bottom of the tenth. sandoval grounds to third, fair ball. and the tag to end the inning. in the bottom of this tenth, the top of the order will bat for the tigers. down to their final three outs. the dugout for the giants love it. you think about what's going on in the civic center in san francisco, they have got to be going crazy! theriot pumped up of a scoring the go-ahead run. scutaro, the big rbi. back after this with the bottom of the tenth from your local fox station.  >> here's that play with theriot scoring the go-ahead run. first time ever as a d.h. in his big league career. when that happened the civic center in san francisco went crazy and so did the dugout for the giants. they are three outs away from their second world championship in the last three years. the tigers are trying to avoid a four-game sweep. they have the right guys coming up, jackson, garcia and mi
versus verlander. 1-0 giants. here we go to the 3rd, did you say sandoval tied babe ruth, reggie jackson, and albert pujols? no you didn't! [ laughter ] >> here he is ready to go one more time in the bottom of the 5th! did you say he headed up the night 4-4? >> i did not. [ laughter ] >> there you go! this one off al albuquerque, one of the greats. pablo sandoval overshadowed everybody else, although barry zito was pretty good! blanco made two out ascend catches in left field. and lincecum pitching 2 and 1/3 inning, striking out 5! >> today i was part of the world series, in our nation, it was too much. and you know -- you don't know what's going to happen again. you have to enjoy this moment. it means a lot for me, my family, my friend, my teammates. for all these guys. >> i battled in september to bake the postseason roster, and the last thing i was expecting at that point was to be starting game 1, and just the opportunity was magical. and the fact that we won, it's just kind of surreal. it's just a pleasure to be a part of it all. >> he was real good. and the fans were happy tonight
. >> thank you very much. ms. jackson. >>> good afternoon. i want to say thank you to the former chair for the work that you've done. i've been knowing for many, many years and worked with for many, many years, and you the chair and the vice-chair i've been knowing for -- i'm not going to say how long. >> thank you. [laughter] >>> but i want to congratulate the both of you for the work that's coming before you and the work that you have done in working with my community. i'm take talking about bayview hunters point community. and i'm looking for you to continue doing the good work that needs to be done that has not been done by the city and county of san francisco. and i will be coming back before you. and i know my three commissioners who were reappointed, i am so happy. and i'm going to ask the secretary when it comes to the next public comment to read what i have given to her so everybody can hear her plainly that you might not hear me. thank you very much. >> thank you, ms. jackson. terrence jones. >>> commissioners, i'm terrence jones. i'm here, i just want to get some feedback. i
out. still only two hits all night for detroit. here comes austin jackson, who is 0 for 2 with a walk. jackson takes a strike. the tigers were shutout only twice during the regular season. that is the lowest total in the big leagues. the shutout in the division series against oakland. a wicked pitch. strike 2. >> tim: that's romo at his best. a slider low-and-away. i think jackson gets another one here. >> joe: jackson lays off. ball 1. 1-2. since the 1st of august here at home in san francisco, sergio romo grew up a dodger fan, has not allowed an earned run. with one out, there it is again. two down. that pitch is just filthy. >> tim: slip sliding away. >> joe: now it's up to omar infante to get miguel cabrera to the plate. 2-0, giants in the ninth. infante out of the way of ball one. omar has one of the two hits tonight for detroit. a triple crown winner is standing near the on-deck circle. the 1-0. 2-0. for the starters, fister was good. bumgarner was better. seven shutout innings from the left-hander. he struck out eight. >> tim: infante was taking 1-0. he will be taking again her
'll jackson called her crazy. did the media back her up at all? here is a woman coming under attack. would you back her up? >> if i knew who people in hollywood are, i might, but they did get a lot of publicity and they did supported mitt romney. >> i alive live in l.a., we have a lot more republicans than people think. this is kind of thing of the east coast media, they think everybody is liberal. we have kid rock who has supported mitt romney. i'll give you there are more liberals, eva longoria, here she attacks conservative women and women who are pro-life. she is not getting the outrage that others would get. someone should call her out on it. >> she tweeted this week, i have no-no idea how any women to vote for romney. >> she won't lose a single endorsement contract. stacy dash gets pounded into the dirt. there are a lot of conservatives and libertarians in hollywood but they don't dare raise their head. it was a useful exercise to clobber stacy dash. >> we have to look who the endorsements that eva longoria gets. she has just shown her intolerance, if you are gay or black or women you ha
. with time. throws. incomplete. jackson was the closest man to it. second and ten. >> cris: one of the thins that you really have to do against great pass rushers is occasionally don't back up, occasionally go after them the way demetress bell did here. see how he's going to jump off the ball early, but he won't take those big kick steps. he's going to surprise osi umenyiora before he gets out of the stance. >> al: they run that play again. havili with the same eight yard gain. tuck works it back there. works the first time, works the second time. >> cris: this time mathias kiwanuka. but when you have a west coast offense, think back to bill walsh and those day, their fullbacks are athletic pass catchers. >> al: third and a short three. with pressure. gets taken to the ground by chase blackburn at the 17 yard line. so that's going to set up the field goal attempt. and that's the first sack of the game for either team tonight. >> cris: great coverage on the outside. prince amukamara playing on the bad ankle has had a nice game so far tonight. celek, solid job there. then webster on jackson. >
's the new cd set out. >> that's early. >> i'm as big a jackson 5 fan as i am beatles. it is amazing stuff. >> i haven't heard any of it. all right. tucker is downstairs in the weather center. a look at this wonderful wednesday weather. >> thank you very much. nice later today. clouds out there at the moment but if you hang in there later today high temperatures up near 80 so things improving here as we get going with our day. cloud cover, in fact a lot of cloud cover and one or two sprinkles across the region. might have a sprinkle on the north side of the beltway. it's possible could be an early sprinkle for you, gradually weather conditions will improve here. and late morning early afternoon, peaksof sunshine. another mild day as mentioned with temperatures into the upper 70s to 80 later. currently, 62 in washington. local airports, 57 and baltimore 60. here's your forecast for today. mix of clouds and sun. high temperatures 80. could be sprinkle here for the next hour or two. more details on the forecast. tony, back to you. >> thank you very much. first up at 9:00,ome of you got to wor
were wrong. frankly they were inflammatory. >> his boss epa administrator lisa jackson accepted his resignation saying his views were not shared by the president who p had appointed him. >> they don't come port with the administration's policy on energy. >> but fox news has been told this was not the only time he openly threatened companies he regulated. >> he appeared before the oklahoma independent petroleum association. what happened? >> they told the group straight on. >> boiling gas exploration company. he reported chairman of the romney campaign's advisory group. >> they got it quick that they ought to shut us down. >> he made it clear oil and gas industry was the enemy. >> we saw it that way. >> before joining he taught engineering at southern methodist university in dallas. he also advised environmental groups in their battle against something called fractioning or fracking enjiinjecting chemicalr below ground to uncover oil and gas. it's created a bonanza. many say it pollutes air land and water a claim most famously advanced in the oscar nominated documentary gas land? it
is vanessa jackson. and the concern i have is that at least back when willie lynch was lynching people we knew what to expect. this is like a silent killer for people of color. and i don't know this woman. i don't know how credible she is. she made no sense. everything she said to me seemed like contradicted herself. she couldn't speak for herself if the land was toxic or not or if could kill people if dogs were in the backyard, stiff, dead, i didn't understand anything she was saying. it didn't seem like -- she wasn't really sure about the people that was out there diagnosing the land. i mean, you've got human beings, you've got people, you've got kids, you've got babies out there. and if it's not safe for people to live, then people need to do something. if you can't break the ground up to do something else to remodel it, then obviously if you're only going 12 inches or a foot down in the ground, something is wrong if that's as far as you're going to go. because if you go further, you're not going to hit oil, you're going to hit toxins. look at these people. i mean, you've got kids. i'm
that to our attention. well done. any other comments on item number 10? >> excuse me, espinola jackson. i'm really not sure [speaker not understood]. but when i see roberts rules of order i get concerned, not knowing what the change is actually going to be. will it be that you will be moving from one area to 5 25 golden gate, all of your services and everything, from the building that you're now in? >> mr. moran. >> the changes are relatively minor, addresses one of them, the order of business that was in the rules of order were changed sometime ago, but we didn't bother changing the rules of order to reflect that. that has been changed. there was a change in law about noticing for rate changes. so, that's been conformed. we don't actually operate by roberts rules of order. we operate by our own rules of order, which are much simpler. it gives the chair a great deal of authority to do whatever seems best at the time. and we do everything by resolution. >>> and the other question would be whether or not you would be moving your meeting time to 5 25, you know, not meeting here. >> meetings
. congressman jesse jackson junior is heading back to the mayo clinic. jackson has been on medical leave from his duties as representative of the second congressional district since june for treatment of bi-polar disorder. in a robocall this weekend jackson pleaded with his constituents to be patient. the reverend jesse jackson his father says his son needs more treatment to in his words regain his equilibrium. jackson has served in congress for 17-years and is running for re-election. he has not been campaigning however and faces a challenge from republican brian woodworth. it is against medical advice. i will always give my call to my constituents i ask you to continue with patience. his father says his son needs more treatment to regain his equilibrium. jackson has served in congress for 17 years and is running for reelection. he has not been campaigning. early voting is underway in illinois with chicago-area election officials predicting a record number of ballots will be cast before the november 6th election day. in addition to early polling they're also predicting a strong surge in voti
time tonight. strike one. bottom of the seventh inning it will be avila, infante, and austin jackson. >> joe: fister was good in game two. sanchez, good here in game three. he has allowed two runs, that's it. almost through seven innings, he has allowed only six hits. >> tim: nice to see doug fister in the clubhouse tonight walking around and looking fine, smiling. no hill effects from the frightening line drive off his head in game two. >> joe: said are you tired of the questions? he said, "it just means people care." >> tim: that's right. guys love to answer questions like that. >> joe: he is totally fine. ken rosenthal, did you talk to doug? >> ken: i did. no cat scan or mri. he is fine. not even a bump on his head. really, i talked to him about surviving that whole thing. he said hey, my dad larry was a defensive lineman at fresno state. if you can walk off the field you walk off the field. so, near serious situation was not all that serious as it turned out. >> joe: 0-1, the count on pagan. one on, two out. ball and a strike. scutaro next, either here in the seventh. i imagine i
for incomplete. >> tom foreman, thank you. >>> just in to cnn, we're getting word, congressman jesse jackson jr. is under investigation and we know now the fbi is involved. that's next. so what do you think? basic. at meineke i have options... like oil changes starting at $19.95. my money. my choice. my meineke. >>> just in to us here at cnn, the fbi is investigating illinois congressman jesse jackson jr. who recently took medical leave, reportedly suffering from a mental illness. according to a federal law enforcement official, the investigation involves possible financial improprieties. you know the deal, jackson is up for re-election. and coming up next hour, we report on a rare public sighting of this representative at a local bar. and what he said in his first interview since taking leave. >> what is that? >> earthquake. yeah, it is. >> oh, my gosh. >> oh, my gosh, she said. i can't believe i'm saying this, but a rare earthquake hit southern maine last night of all places. and while it didn't cause any damages or injuries, it shocked people in and around the area like this woman at a town
't believe the stunned look on his face. >> cenk: and then reverend jesse jackson joins us to break down the sensata controversy. >> make no mistake about it, sensata, freeport, illinois, is ground zero on the american fight to keep jobs here in the united states. [ applause ] >> cenk: and more elbows than you can shake your first at. go time! >> obama: i said if i got bin laden in sights, i would take that shot. >> the president was way too aggressive. >> the president was more articulate. >> he was more coherent and presidential. >> romney: we can't kill our way out of this mess. >> mitt romney is hiding a bunch of positions. >> romney: our navy is smaller now than any time since 1917. >> obama: governor, we also have few horses and bayonets. >> horses were ridden by our troops. >> sweat. >> romney: the same point the president made. >> romney lost his timing. almost completely. >> romney sounded downright dubbish. >> obama: he's proposed reckless policies. >> marines still use bayonets. >> obama: the ques
a political firestorm. >> they were inflammatory. >> the boss lisa jackson accepted his resignation saying his views were not shared by the president who had appointed him. >> they don't come port with this administration's policy on energy. >> fox news learned it was not the only time armaderas openly threatened companies he regulateded. >> he appeared from the oklahoma petroleum association. what happened? >> he told the group straight on we are going to use everything in the book to come after you. >> harold han is ceo of cont then shalrie sources and employment company. he was recently appointed chairman of the romney campaign energy policy advisory group. >> we got it quick then. frankly they ought to shut us down. >> he made it clear oil and gas industry was the enemy. >> well, we started to look at it this way. >> there is more. before joining the obama administration he taught engineering at southern methodist university in dallas and also advised environmental groups in their battle against something called hydraulic fracturing the technique in water and chemicals far below ground to
to one intersection at fillmore and jackson and they were terrific, actually we know that intersection, but it is, i mean it's one thing to say, oh, a muni conflict, but just the magnitude of a muni conflict sounds a little benign. muni conflict in that intersection means, i think there are 40 schools within an 8-block radius here. one muni getting backed up and jackknifing in front of the travel lane, it just, it really makes it a challenging atmosphere in the morning. anyways, i just want to get is more detail on that. this is, again, i totally agree these are great things for us and they allow people not only from a environmental perspective but people to live in san francisco and commute to these places where before a lot of the young people would have been down in the valley and not happy about it. at the same point in time in our neighborhoods they are, i maepb to manage it is i think a real real big issue for me. obviously commissioner olague --. >> (inaudible). >> it sounds almost cute when it says a muni conflict, but it's really awful, road rage. it's a big deal. >> thank
science professor melinda jackson says latinos could make a difference. melinda jackson/associate professor of political science "latinos historical have not registered to vote and have not turned out to vote in as high of numbers as whites and african americans. so their always...they always the poteteial of having a lot of political impact but they don't always fully utilize because we see that lower turnout." despite past lower latino turnout...advocate barousse feels helping latinos register to vote can go a long way. jeremy barousse/ siren "get out and vote let your voice be heard. we are all out here chasing the american dream. there's so many issues on the ballot that effect our everyday life and if they come out to vote we could make...we can have government all work for us and get what we want out of society." in the last election, 68 percent of latino voters went for barack obama. in san jose pedro garcia update news." the presidential debates are over...but in the bay area, election year politics are having a rough time competing with major league baseball . a
] >> and they were wise and welcome, sir. >> okay. thank you very much. ms. jackson. i believe you wanted to speak. >> she looks awfully nice today. >> especially for you, sweetheart. [laughter] >> espinolda jackson. i am representing the black human rights council of san francisco. i came today in order to congratulate the three commissioners that were reappointed. i am so happy because i have talked to some of the supervisors prior to the fact that you all knew what was going on especially in my community. and that's your skirt. made the honest point. i'm so happy you all was reappointed because you know the concerns of the community and also came to congratulate the new mr. harlan kelly. i would like to say to you, mr. kelly, i know you have some shoes to follow. big shoes to follow. and i am looking to be working with you and also the organization that i represent. as well as we are going to work with all of you commissioners. but i wanted to just say thank you, thank you, thank you, for everything that you have been involved in with my community. because most people they never listen. but you
, obviously, but i was thinking out loud. i appreciate that. >> thank you. >> yes ms. jackson. i'm going to be very short. espinola jackson. the c.a.c., when it was set up, was set up under the water department. the meetings were being held on felts. they are being held to market street and it's very inconvenient for those of us where the sewage plant is and all the discussion is going on is not held in the community. i would like for the c.a.c. to take note of the fact that they could hold some of their meetings in bay view, hunter's point where the discussion is going on about. i remember when lanceburg was one of first members on the committee years ago. he had moved to bayview hunters point. i would like to see the people from bayview hunter's point that live in the community be on that committee. i also would like to state that p.u.c. has a department that contacts everyone that receives a bill. i just got one after standing up here talking to you all the last time to see what we income is. and whether or not i could stay on the same. you have a department sending out notification f
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